Indianapolis White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyer

Pence Hensel LLC provides sophisticated defense against white collar and fraud charges to professionals and corporations through every step, from an investigation to a potential indictment and trial.

If you suspect that you are under investigation, or may be in the future, or have received a subpoena or target letter, it is important that you contact representation as soon as possible. We are able to conduct pre- and post-grand jury investigations. We can begin building a case in your defense proactively, anticipating potential prosecutions.

Our team of veteran attorneys is able to efficiently organize and prioritize large amounts of discovery and evidence, condensing relevant information to a manageable form. We find the details and correlations often missed by the prosecution and build a solid defense.

Indianapolis White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney

We provide representation in a comprehensive range of white collar and fraud charges. These include:

  • Medicaid fraud
  • Medicare fraud
  • Health care fraud
  • Bankruptcy fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Bid rigging
  • Tax fraud
  • Mail and wire fraud
  • Security fraud
  • Identity fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Cramming
  • Organized crime
  • Money laundering
  • Environmental fraud
  • Government contract fraud
  • Public corruption
  • Theft of trade secrets and proprietary information
  • Ponzi schemes

Our representation extends to all stages of white collar criminal investigations and prosecution, both in federal and state courts. Our counsel begins immediately, and we will guide you in how to respond to grand jury subpoenas for documents and testimony. Our representation has prevented several clients from being indicted following an investigation.

Following a potential indictment, however, we are equipped to see the case through pretrial and trial, as well as any necessary appeals processes. When available and appropriate, we will negotiate fair and equitable resolutions for our clients. Our trial lawyers are not afraid to take a case to court.

Contact a Marion County Attorney for Fraud Charges

To arrange an initial consultation to discuss the details of your case, please contact our office today at 317-643-6960.